Meizu MX4 YunOS edition Gold Version Hands-on MeizuReview by Frank Tu Oct 21, 2014 9:41 pm 5 This is the gold version of the YunOS-operated Meizu MX4 which had recently made its debut. It will go on sale on November 11 along with the silver version for 1799 RMB each (293.87 USD). At the bottom right corner of the box, there is a message that says “Flyme powered by YunOS. The Flyme is Meizu’s own operating system, and here it is combined with the new YunOS. The Meizu MX4 has support for 4G and 3G networks (China Unicom and China Mobile). This cellphone supports 5 modes and 13 frequencies. The gold version is also the same. The Meizu MX4 comes with the manual, charger plug, and USB cable. The package does not include earphones. The front side of the Meizu MX4 Gold Version is white, while the gold color is limited to its frame and rear cover. The interface uses the same style as the Flyme 4.0. The phone’s screen makes up about 80% of its body, and its chassis is made of aluminium and magnesium. The small round Home button has become a trademark of Meizu’s products. Among its functions besides returning you to the desktop, is that it gives you access to a voice assistant when you hold your finger on it. The Meizu MX4 Gold Version sports a 2mp front-facing camera with a 5.36in 1920 x 1152 display screen. The gold design of this version brings to mind the iPhone 5S’s design. As for the rear-camera, the Meizu MX4 Gold Version sports a 20.7mp camera with a 1/2.3in sensor. It also comes with dual-LED lights. The rear cover is detachable. The battery cannot be taken off. Fortunately, it has up to 3100mAh. According to some users, the original Android version can last about 2 days while the official tests reveal that YunOS version can go for 5 hours longer than the original. The Meizu MX4 Pro has support for a MicroSIM card. There’s no fundamental difference between the regular Meizu MX4 and the YunOS version but they added a Life Service Center thanks to the YunOS 3.0. This is similar to Apple’s Passbook. Thanks to the YunOS, the new Flyme has Life Service Center where you can buy movie tickets, look for restaurants nearby, etc. by choosing their respective cards. They also changed the security center. In the original, LBE provides this service while in the YunOS version, Aliyun does it. Related posts Meizu Band Review – Awesome Cheap Fitness Tracker! 1 day ago Battle for Middle-Range: Meizu M5 Note vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 2 days ago Meizu Band Official Featuring Integrated OLED Display at just 229 Yuan ($31) 2 days ago Stiven Does it have english, and can you install playstore? Frank Tu Yes, it has English, and you can install playstore. Stiven I already have regular MX4 do you think it would be possibile to instale YUNos on it? Usualy i like to experiment with phones but MX4 is somewhat diferent and more expensive than my other phones. Frank Tu Yes, since the specs are the same, I will the solution wil come out soon. hendry hendry i have meizu MX4 with YunOs. it only has mandarin, how do i add english language on it?